Rosmarie Trapp, Whose Family Inspired ‘Sound of Music,’ Dies | Entertainment News

Rosmarie Trapp, Whose Family Inspired ‘Sound of Music,’ Dies |  Entertainment News

By LISA RATHKE, Associated Press Rosmarie Trapp, whose Austrian family the von Trapps was made famous in the musical and beloved movie “The Sound of Music,” has died. She died Friday at the age of 93 at a nursing home in Morrisville, Vermont, Trapp Family Lodge announced. Her brother Johannes is president of the Stowe … Read more

This Week’s Most Interesting Sports Business Stories

This Week’s Most Interesting Sports Business Stories

In this week’s SportsMoney Playbook: The world’s highest-paid athletes, inside Jake Paul’s plan to take over boxing, and the Indy 500’s off-the-wall prelude. Plus: Can Iran tap into Qatar’s World Cup and tempt fans to visit? MIAMI, FLORIDA – JANUARY 30: Jake Paul celebrates after defeating AnEsonGib in a first round knockout during their fight … Read more

Best NHL Goaltenders Likely On The Market This Offseason

Best NHL Goaltenders Likely On The Market This Offseason

Photo: Sportworld With goaltending being the Washington Capitals’ biggest need entering the offseason, according to GM Brian MacLellan, who could fit with what they are looking for? NoVa Caps takes a look at pending unrestricted free agents as well as a couple of trade targets. Free Agents Darcy Kuemper – The 32-year-old went 37-12-4 (tied … Read more

The power of networking in the NFL

The power of networking in the NFL

In January 1998, legendary coach Bill Walsh recognized a key component needed for elevating minority assistant coaches to the head coach position. He said, “One option would be for the league, at its annual spring meetings, to hold a seminar in which some of the legends of the profession speak different aspects of the role … Read more

Spinal tumor ended Aubree Muse’s career in sports that had taught her the value of resilience – the Harvard Gazette

Spinal tumor ended Aubree Muse’s career in sports that had taught her the value of resilience – the Harvard Gazette

This story is part of a series of graduate profiles ahead of Commencement ceremonies. Aubree Muse was playing for the Harvard softball team and was halfway through the spring season of her sophomore year when she felt excruciating pain in her lower back and tingling in her legs. She saw a spine specialist, who found … Read more

With Sequel Plans, Rob Reiner Turns ‘Spinal Tap’ up to 11 | Entertainment News

With Sequel Plans, Rob Reiner Turns ‘Spinal Tap’ up to 11 |  Entertainment News

By JAKE COYLE, AP Film Writer CANNES, France (AP) – One of the most memorable lines – and Rob Reiner’s personal favorite – of “This Is Spinal Tap” goes: “There’s a fine line between stupid and clever.” You could say the same thing about the classic 1984 mockumentary. It could have so easily not panned … Read more

Deion Sanders fires back at Nick Saban after Alabama coach claimed Jackson State paid top recruit $ 1 million

Deion Sanders fires back at Nick Saban after Alabama coach claimed Jackson State paid top recruit $ 1 million

USA Today Sports Images Alabama coach Nick Saban set fire to college football’s offseason on Wednesday night by flat-out claiming Texas A&M “bought” every player on its team through name, image and likeness (NIL) deals. However, the Aggies weren’t the only ones in Saban’s crosshairs during a nearly 7-minute, wide-ranging rant on NIL. Jackson State … Read more

A look at agreements for US men’s and women’s soccer teams – The Breeze-Courier

A look at agreements for US men’s and women’s soccer teams – The Breeze-Courier

FILE – The United States’ team celebrates with the trophy after winning the Women’s World Cup final soccer match against The Netherlands at the Stade de Lyon in Decines, outside Lyon, France, July 7, 2019. The US Soccer Federation agreed to landmark collective bargaining agreements with its men’s and women’s teams, equalizing compensation for the … Read more

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